Take a relaxing ferry boat ride from Hollis to Ketchikan, AK and enjoy a delicious meal at the OUR T.E.A.M Café!
Press Release: Passenger Wellness Screening Form
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ron Curtis General Manager Inter-Island Ferry Authority: (907) 401-3564 [email protected]
IFA to add additional safety protocol
Hollis, Alaska – The IFA has implemented CDC and DHSS precautions to reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 transmission on its vessels and at its terminals. In an effort to continue to keep our passengers & crews safe, beginning July 15th, 2020 the Inter-Island Ferry Authority (IFA) will require passengers to complete a Passenger Wellness Screening Form before allowed to board our vessel.
The form has a series of questions that outline the IFA’s current conditions of service:
- Questions 1-5 address if you are Covid-19 positive or have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19; you will not be allowed to travel under these circumstances.
- Questions 6 & 7 identify passengers that either have results pending for a COVID-19 test or are in transit to a quarantine location; passengers with these circumstances will be allowed to travel but will be required to wear face covering, practice social distancing and limit social interaction.
The IFA’s top priority is to keep customers, employees and the community safe, and we appreciate your cooperation in adhering to our protocols.
Ride with Us Aboard the Inter-Island Ferry!
The Inter-Island Ferry Authority offers year-round passenger and vehicle service between our Ketchikan and Hollis, Alaska ports.
The round trip originates from Hollis each morning at 8 a.m. and leaves Ketchikan at 3:30 p.m. each afternoon. The one-way ferry ride is 36 miles long and the run time of each sailing is three hours.
We sail every day except Tuesdays (until further notice) and except New Year’s Day, President’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island, and Hollis is located on Prince of Wales Island.
Hollis connects to all major towns on the island by road, and Ketchikan is Alaska’s southern-most city in Southeastern Alaska.
For your comfort, the M/V Stikine and M/V Prince of Wales have an observation lounge, reading room, café, children’s play area and solarium.
Traveling to Alaska?
Use this handy Flow Chart released by the State of Alaska Dept of Health & Social Services to know what you need to do!
Please note that the KETCHIKAN TERMINAL is closed to the public so there is no waiting area for travelers.
If you or someone you know will be traveling with us, please have other arrangements in place for waiting until the 2:30pm boarding begins.
You can check-in and pick up your tickets at the Terminal on your sail day, and you can call us seven days a week at 866-308-4848 for more information or to book your reservations!